2020 - 2021 Restart Plan
Beaumont is dedicated to a college preparatory and International Baccalaureate liberal arts education inspired by the example of Saint Angela Merici to serve others. The all-girl, culturally diverse learning environment encourages every student to develop the qualities she needs to thrive personally, spiritually, and professionally in an evolving global society.
A robust academic core.
Explore our academically rigorous curriculum that includes the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, the only all-girls high school to offer the IB Diploma.
A community to support spiritual growth.
Grounded in the Ursuline tradition and following the teachings of St. Angela Merici, our Beaumont community focuses on service to others and growth as a faith community.
A tradition of competitive athletics.
Our student-athletes develop character, leadership skills, learn the value of cooperation and teamwork through sportsmanship.
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Students benefit from small class sizes, academically rigorous IB Program, extracurricular activities.
“Beaumont School taught me the the importance of discipline and hard work to achieve my goals. I was prepared for the challenges set in front of me at Duquesne... because of the value and work ethic I learned through the teachers and faculty at Beaumont. I can proudly state that Beaumont School paved the way for my successful completion as a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
Resident Artist Stanka Kordic Retires from Beaumont aft...
July 9, 2020
Congratulations to our Resident Artist, Stanka Kordic, on her retirement from Beaumont after 29 years. Please see her open letter to ... More
Beaumont Alumna Offers Free Anti-Racism Education Serie...
June 28, 2020
Beaumont Alumna, Jaelle Croom '12, for her free anti-racism education series offered through her business. She has a Masters in French,... More
National Art Honor Society Partners with Memory Project
June 25, 2020
Our National Art Honor Society partnered with an organization called Memory Project. Each student was given a picture of a child from N... More